With the addition of Steve Yetman to the Cataracts line-up following the CWSHL Final Draft earlier this week,the team is reunited with one of its former top scorers.
During his two year tenure with the Cats Steve had a +1.60 points per game average. Only fellow-All Star Import Cam Fergus had a better points per game average during the 2014 to 2016 Seasons that Steve previously toiled with the Cats!... In 2016 Steve averaged +1.64 points per game and finished second in the League to Cam Fergus for the scoring championship. [Full Story]
The Cataracts are home again for two games this coming weekend,Saturday and Sunday December 16th and 17th.
The Bous are in GFW on Saturday night and then the Flyers visit on Sunday afternoon. The Cats want to beat both teams to move closer to first place!
The Cats, who were short-handed this weekend, with injured players unavailable and players missing because of work , are expected to have everyone 'on board' for these last two games before Christmas. [Full Story]
BOUS ........10........5 .........5 ..........10
CATS..........10........5..........5......... [Full Story]
After two successful games against rival Gander Flyers on Sat. and Sun. Dec.2nd and 3rd, the Cataracts have a quick "turn-around" with a single Friday Night home game at the 'Joe' against the Clarenville Caribous on Dec.8th. GAME TIME IS 8:30 PM. [Full Story]
It was a big weekend for the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts as they won both games at home against the previously undefeated Gander Flyers. Kyle McGuirk was the hero Saturday night scoring the winner in overtime to give the Cataracts a 4-3 victory. It was McGuirk's 2nd goal of the evening. Danny Wicks also netted a pair of goals for the Cataracts. The in Sunday's rematch the Cataracts eked out a 4-2 win over the Flyers. Michael Cole, Michael Hynes, Danny Wicks and McGuirk into an open net scored for the Cataracts.
Next up for the team will be a pair of games this coming weekend. [Full Story]
|Gander - GFW - Clarenville|
|2017-10-06 :: 2018-03-28|